The grand experiment : two boys, two cultures / Anouk Ride Ride, Anouk

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Ride, Anouk
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Conaci.; Benedictines; Salvado, Rosendo, 1814-1900.
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In 1848, the Spanish missionary Rosendo Salvado, founder of New Norcia Monastery in Western Australia, had an idea. He would prove that Aboriginal people could be educated and 'civilised', by taking two Nyungar boys to be schooled in Europe.
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